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THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPXER, OREGON, TIICRSDAY, FEB. 10, 1921.
DR. F. E. FARRIOE
Ofllce upstairs over Postofflce
DR. R. J. VAUGHAN
Permanently located in the Odd
Fellows building, Rooms i and 6.
A. D. McMURDO, M. P.
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON
Ofllce In Patterson Drug Store
Trained Nurse Assistant
C. C. CHICK, M. D.
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON
Trained Nurse Assistant
Office upstairs over Postofflce
WOODSON & SWEEK
ATTORN E Y8-AT-LAW
Office in Masonic Building
SAM E. VAN VACTOR
ATTORN EY-AT-L AW
First National Bank Building
S. E. NOTSON
Office In Court House
Office Phone, Main 643
Residence Phone, Main 665
FRANCIS A. McMENAlUN
Hobnrts Building, Heppner Oro.
F. H. ROBINSON
ROY V. WHITEIS
Fire Insurance writer for best Old
E. J. STARKEY
House Wiring a Specialty
E. E. MILLER
"The Old-Time Auctioneer"
He Sticks and Stays
Reasonable Hates for Sales
DR. J. PERRY CONDER,
Phone Main 02
Treatment of all diseases, Isolated
wards for contagious cases.
WATERS & ANDERSON
0. C. Patterson
THE MOORE HOSPITAL
Mim HAY MOORE, Prop,
ratisnts privileged to choons their
own physicians and surgeoni.
MHH. (i. ('. AlKUN, HKPI'KiliR.
I am propHroil to lake a limited
number of maternity -aos at my
home. I'atlrnta prlrllrl to rhooae
their own phyalrlan.
Heat of attention and care assured.
erts bujldiiig, Uoppner, Oregon, wllhin
an months after the data of (hla notice
or they shall La forever barred.
Tlu 2Jjd day of December. 1320.
NOT1CK TO HtKDI IOHS
Notice la hereby given that the un
dergigned has been appointed by the
County Court of the $tate of Oregon
for Morrow County adminiatralor of
the estate of Samuel littler, deceaaed,
that all peraons bavins; cluima agalnat
the auld estate niuat preeent the same
duly verified according to law, to me
at Heppner, Oregon, within aix months
from the date of flmt publication of
this notice, said date being ieceraber
- WM. KL'MMEIILAND,
notuk UK srot hhoi.di:ks a.l
NOTICK 18 HEKKHY (JIV'E.V THAT
the Annual MeetnJ of the stockholders
of the llrnparr Mlaiaa; Compaay will
be held at the office of S. K. Van Vac
tor, Heppner, Oregon, on the second
Tuesday In February 1321, being the
8th day of February, 1321, at the hour
of 2 o'clock in the afternoon of said
day. Thia meeting is for the purpose of
electing officers and the transaction of
such other business aa may appear.
Jj. 11. STALTEIt, President,
J. O. HAUKIt, Secretary.
NOTICE Of FINAL SEI'ILEMKNT.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
deralgped has filed his final account aa
administrator of the (stale of Alfred
Schaefer, deceased, and the County
Court of the State of Oregon for Mor
row County has fixed Monday, the 7th
day of Marco, 1921, at the hour of 1(1
o'clock in the forenoon of said day aa
the time, and the County Court room
in the Court House at Heppner, Oregon,
aa the place, of hearing and settlement
of said final account Objections to
said final account must be filed on or
before Bald date.
C. D. MOHEY. Administrator,
NOTICE OK CONTEST.
Department of the Interior United
Slates Land Office. La Grande, Ore
gon. January 1, 1821.
To Annie McCabe, of Lena, Oregon, Con-
Tou are hereby notified that Willie
Mackenzie, who gives Pilot Rock, Ore
gon, as his poat-olllce address, did on
April 22, 1920, file in this office bis duly
corroborated application to contest and
secure the cancellation of your Home
stead Sorlal No. 01 65 JO. made Juna 26,
1917. for 8 SB hi. SEK BW14. Sec 27.
and EV4 NEii. 8W14 NE and WV4
SE14. Section 34, Township 1 South.
Range 29 E., Willamette Meridian, and
as grounds for his contest he alleges
that said Annie McCabe has been ab
sent from said land for more than six
months, to-wlt: she, the said Annie
McCabe, has been absent from said land
since January, H19, that the only im
provements on said land la a cabin, and
a dead horse has been In said cabin
since December, 1919, that the said An
nie McCabe has not settled upon said
tract and complied with the 820-acre
Homestead Laws; that she has wholly
abandoned said tract snd changed her
residence therefrom for more than six
months since making said entry, and
next prior to the date hereof; that the
failure of said Annie McCabe to reside
upon and Improve the said land was not
due to her employment In the Army,
Navy or Marine Corps of the United
Atatem as a private soldier, officer, ma
rine or nurse during any war In which
the United States may have been engaged
Tou are, therefore, further notified
that the aald allegations will be taken
aa confessed, and your said entry will
be cancelled without further right to be
heard, either before this office or on
appeal. If you fail to file in this office
within twenty days after the FOURTH
publication of this notice, as shown
below, your answer, under oath, specif
ically responding to these allegations
of contest, together with due proof that
you have served a copy of your an
swer on the said contestant slther in
person or by registered malL
Tou should state in your answer tne
name of the post office to which you de
sire future notices to be sent to you.
C. S. DUNN, Register
NOLAN SKIFF, Receiver.
Date of first publication January 27,
Date of second publication February
Date of third publication February
Date of fourth publication February
JOTIIH OK KlSSOLfTIOM OK PAHT-
N Kit SHIP.
K, ,il,n Is hereby Klven that the part
nership heretofore existing between H.
H. Welch and S. u. Llnlnger, under tne
Am, name of Welch & Llnincer. has
thia day been dissolved by mutual con
sent, Mr. Welch retiring. All aocounis
due the firm are payable to 8. O. Lln
Ingcr and he will settle all claims
ngnlnst the firm. All those Indebted
to the firm of Welch A Llnlnger are
rcaucsted to call and make settlement
of their account at once.
H. B. WELCH.
S. Q. LININOEH.
Dated at Heppner, Oregon, February
NOTK K OK FINAL ACCOUNT.
Notice Is hereby given that W. A.
Hayes, the duly appointed, qualified
and acting Administrator of the Eb
' late of Mary K. Hayes, deceased, haa
filod his final account with the County
Clerk of Morrow County, Oregon, and
that the Hon. W. T. Campbell, County
Judge for Morrow County, Oregon, has
sot as the date for sottllng said final
account, January 22, 1921, at the hour of
2 o'clock p. m. in the Court room of
the County Court, In Heppner, Oregon.
This notice Is published by order of
the County Court made and entered
December 21, 1920.
W. A. HATES, Administrator.
Katat of Martha M. Rlmoua, lleceased.
Notice is hereby given, that lottera
of administration on tho estate of Mar
tha M. Simons, deceased, were granted
to the undersigned on the 23rd day of
December, 1920 by tho County Court of
All persons having claims agRlnnt
said estate are required to exhibit them
to me for allowance, at the oltlcs of P.
A. McManamin, attorney at law, Rob-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OK OREGON FOR THE
COUNTY OF MORROW.
EVERETT SINK, )
W, H. BARB and O, F. PET-)
KRSON (sometimes known)
n o. F. Petersen), and also)8tiMMON
all other persona or parties)
unknown claiming any)
right, title, estate, Hen or)
interest In the real estate)
described In the complaint)
heroin. Defendants. )
To W. H. Ttabb and O. F. retorson
(sometimes known as O. F. retorsen).
and nlso nil other persons or partlos
unknown claiming any right, title, es
inio lien or Inturest In the real estate
described In (he complaint herein;
In the Name of tne State or Oregon,
v.. and each of you. nre horeby re
quired to appear and answer the coin
plaint filed against you in me buoys
..,ntia.i ennrt and cause on or before
six weeks from the date of the first
publication of this summons, and If
you fall to so appear and answer said
complaint, for want thereor, pininuu
...in m.niv tn the court for the relief
demanded In said complaint, to-wlt:
For n. decree to tne etrect tnai pioinim
i.. ti.n nwner In fen slmnle. free and
clear of nil Hens and Incumbrances, of
the following described properly sit
.n in Morrow Countv. Oregon, to-wlt:
The North Half of Section ten (10),
all of Section Sixteen U), ana me
v,ih Half of Section Twenty-one
(21), nil In Township Two (2) South of
Rniigo Twenty-three (23), liiasi oi me
Willamette Meridian, and decreeing
that none of the defendants have any
right, title, Interest or estnte In or to,
or Hen upon the property hereinbefore
described, and also quieting plaintiff's
title in and to said property, and
the whole thereof, analnst tiieKdefend
antK, and eai-h of them, and for such
other and further relief as may be Just
This summons is published by order
of the Hon. Win. T. Campbell, Judge of
the County Court of Morrow County.
Oregon, dated February 4th, 1921.
which order provides that summons In
the above entitled cause be served up
on you by publication and that llu
same be published for six consecutive
and successive weeks in The Gazette
Times, a newspaper of geheral circu
latlon printed and published at Hepp
ner, Morrow County, Oregon. Date of
the11rat publication February 10th,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
P. O. Address: 1117 Board of Trade
I'ullding, Portland. Oregon.
KOilO: OK FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice Is hereby given that Anna
Born, executrix and Oscar Borg, execu
tor, of the Last Will and Testament of
Peter O. Borg, deceaaed, have filed
their final account In the County Court
of the State of Oregon for Morrow
County, and that the Judge of said
Court has fixed as the time and place
for the final settlement of said account
March 12, 1921, at the hour of 2 o'clock
P. M In the Court room of the County
Court In Heppner, Oregon.
This Notice Is published by order of
W. M. Campbell, County Judge of Mor
row County, Oregon, made and entered
on the 7th day of February, 1921.
ANNA BORG, Executrix.
OSCAR BORG, Executw.
CLASSIFIED AD. COLUffi
Several second band Ford cars for
sale at attractive prices. Bee Latourell
For Krat Two houaekeeplng rooms,
furnished. Inquire at this office.
I want to buy 8 head of Holstein or
.Jersey cows or heifers. Must be fresh,
or coming fresh In the next (0 days. I
have for sale a top buggy, almost new,
with tongTie and shafts and single har
ness. Address GEO. HENRIKSEN, Wil
lows. Oregon. J20-SL
Nice room to rent Call Main 462.
WANTED Will pay cash for second
hand Ford body. In fair shape. See
Heppner Garage Machine Shops. tf
Court Court met in regular session at
the Court House in Ileppner, Oregon,
on February 2, 1921, with the following
Hon. W. T. Campbell, Judge.
G. A. Hleakman, Commissioner.
L. P. Davidson, Commissioner.
Geo. McDuiTee, Sheriff.
J. A. Waters, Clerk.
When among others the following
proceedings were had to-wit:
General Claims to the amount of
12200.20 presented to the court and or
Road Claims to amount of 18,449.09
presented to the court and allowed and
Road Petition of J. R. Ashinhust et ill
tontlnued for the term.
Road petition of R. Vernon Jones el
al continued for the term.
Road Petition of J. P. Louy et al,
continued for the term.
In the matter of delinquent taxes for
the year 1918. County Court ordered
Sheriff to Issue Certificates of Delin
quency for the 1918 delinquent taxes
Court ordered Treasurer to transfer
1288 .00 from Lena-Jarman Road Fund
to Market Road Fund.
County entered Into an agreement
with Wlghtman Bros, to pay them
1250.00 for damages caused to them by
action of Morrow County Fair Board
regarding tract of land which Fair
Hoard were considering purchasing for
site for holding County Fairs.
Csurt ordered that the price paid for
team on road work be reduced to $3.00
per day for team of two horses.
A Henriksen was appointed as a
member of Morrow County Fair Hoard
to serve for three years.
Appointment of J. W. Klrshner as
deputy surveyor approved by the Coun
Court adjourned for the term.
Clnims allowed from General Fund
City of lone, Rond No. 10 381.50
Ernest Cannon, Bounty 2.00
Mrs. J. E. Johnson, Rent for
poor - 15.00
John Stout, Bounty .. 10.00
H. Watklns, Bounty 4.00
Phelps Grocery Co., . General
Road 1 50
S3. Edwards, Rd. No. 3 27.00
A. J. Knoblock, Bolnty 11.00
J. F. Hardesty, Rd. No. 3. 8.00
Bernie Gaunt, Bounty 2.00
Chns. B. Oral, District Sealer .... 7.25
H. Schunk, Bounty - 9 00
W. M. Ayers, Salnry Janitor 70.00
C. C. Chick, Salary County Phy
sician - 10.00
John Gnrslde, Salary, Janitor
Fair Grounds nnd Machinery 25.00
T. J. Humphreys, AccL Treas
urer's expense 25.00
Harriet Balrd, Widow Pension 10.00
Daisy Pearl Becket, Widow
Pension - 25.00
Sadie Morey, Widow Pension .. 32.50
Gladys M. Gibbons, Widow
Tension - 10.00
Alice McFerrln, Widow Pen
Emma C. Fuller, Widow Pen
Rebecca Knight, Widow Pen
L. A. Palmer, Bounty 8.00
W. D. Porth, Bounty 27.O0
Martin Behm, Bounty S.00
A. Henriksen, Road No. 9 89 00
Dr. J. P. Condcr, Poor ncct 14 00
Sylvia Wells, Assessors exp 95.00
Heppner Herald, Superintend
ent's expense 4.00
Treasurer 1 20
County Court 1.65
Ed Breslln, Poor acct ........ 80.50
Thomson Bros., Poor acct 12.20
Moore Hospital, Poor acct. 60.00
W. P. Prophet, Toor acct 40.00
Thomson Bros., Toor acct . 8. SO
Underwood Typewriter Co.,
Clerk's Exp 70.50
O. II. Warner, Coroner acct 16.00
Lena Snell Shurto, Supt. exp.
traveling . 26.05
R J. Starkey, Court House 9.00
Heppner Light & Wator Co.,
Wator and Light acct 88.86
Bushong ft Co, Sheriff acct 60.47
LaVerne VanMarter, Sheriff ac. 60.00
Geo. McDuffee, Sheriff exp. ...... 3.00
Peonies Hdw. Co., current exp. S.40
Humphreys Drug ",. "jthiI
exp. - T.10
General Koad 3. IS
Roland Humphrejs. Tm-ks. ex. 2") 00
W. T. M, Roberts, bl.ei.ff ex. .... 5(1. 0
W. A. Durart, Circuit Court 170
("has. H. Cox, Circuit Court J in
E. G. Noble. Circuit Court ? t)
Case Furniture Co , Court house
exp. I. 24 00
'ac. Tel. TeL Co.. current ex. 24.88
Geo. McDuffee, tax refund 5 37
Donald Ross Estate, Tax Re-
bate 5.19 I
The Gaxette-Times. County Ct 20.45
Clerk - 26 50
Superintendent - 4.75 ;
Current Expense 37.25 1
A. L. Cornett, Justice Court j
expense - 16.35 j
Elkhorn Restaurant, Jail acct. 28 40 '
Bushong Co.. Treas. exp. . 70.92!
J. W. Klrschner, Road No. 3 20.00
Minor Co.. Court House ex 3.30
J. W. Frltsch, General Road ... 1S.S0
Martin, Hied, General Road 11.75
O. C. Wageman, Doad. No. 6 .. 14.12
L. A. Florence, Koad No. 7 14.25
Trl-State Terminal, Poor acct 16.25
L. P. Davidson, County Court 13 60
G. A. Hleakman, County Court 24.00
C. H. Latourell, General Road 6.60
First National Bank, General
Roa8 II 25
Road Dlst No. 5 11.75
Road Dlst. No. 17 12.00
Bank of lone, lone-Gooseberry
Road Diet. No. -
Claims allowed and paid from
Siate Industrial Accident Com-
mission, Sp. No. 2
Bemk of lone, Market Road 1,
First National Bank. Sp. 4. Le-
Phelps Grocery Co., Sp. b. Lena
Oskar Huber, Willow Creek
Contract - 5,
W. L. McCaleb, Salary
J. W. Klrschner, Lena-Jarman
Feenaughty Co., Market Road
Gilliam & Blsbee, Market Road
Standard Oil Co., Market Road
Valley Packing Co., Market Rd.
Trl-State Co., Market Road
H. E. Cowgill Co., Market Road
State Highway Commission.
Market Road .- ..
J. W. Fritsch, Market Road.
Heppner Garage, Market Road
Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co., Lena
Minor & Co., Lena-Jarman Rd.
The Geo. H. Miller Co., Lena
W. L. Suddarth, Lena-Jarman
Chas. Bartholomew, i,ena-Jar-
man Road -
C. D. Morey, Special No. 4
Phelps Grocery Co., Special No.
Bert Mason, Market Road
Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co., Lena-
L. D. NeiU, Lena-Jarman Road
Farmers & Stockgrowers Na
tional Bank, Lena-Jarman
O. B. Barlowrprised his many lone
friends when he stepped off the train
yesterday afternoon. Bert looks as hale
and hardy as of old, Portland evidently
agreeing with him. He will likely re
main for two or three weeks. lone In
tobacco makes 50
good cigarettes for
United States Shipping Board
EMERGENCY FLEET CORPORATION
OFFERS FOIJ SALE
STEEL AND WOOD
AND WOOD HULLS
Bids will be received on a private com
petitive basis in accordance with the
Merchant and Marine Act al the ofllce of
the United States Shipping Board, 1319 F
Street N. W Washington, D. C.
The ships offered for sale Include steel
vessels and wooden steamers.
The steel steamers are both oil and
ooal burners. The Board has established
a minimum price on these vessels.
Terms on Steel Steamers.
10 per cent of the purchase price In
cash upon delivery of the vessel, 5 per
oent In t months thereafter: 6 per oent In
twelve months thereafter; 6 per cent In
18 months thereafter: 6 per cent In 24
months thereafter: balsnce of 70 per cent
in equal semi-annual installments over a
period of ten years; deferred payments to
carry interest at the rate of t per cent
The two hundred and eighty-five wood
en steamers for sale are of ten different
types, as follows: Nine Daugherty; seven
teen Ballln: ten Peninsula; six Pacific
American Fisheries; one Allen: one Lake
snd Ocean Navigation Company; thirteen
McClelland; one hundred and eighty-six
Ferris; thirty-one Hough: eleven Grays
Harbor. Also have a number of wooden
hulls of various types.
Terms on Woodsn 8teemsrs.
10 per cent cash on delivery. Balance
In equal semi-annual Installments over a
perloti of three years.
Bids may be submitted for one or more
vessels or for any combination of above
vessels, and must be accompanied by cer
tified check made payable to the United
Slates Shipping Hoard for 2V per cent
of amount of the bid.
Further Information may be obtained
by request sent to the Ship Sales Divi
sion, 1319 F Street N. W., Wellington,
The Beard reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
Bids should be addressed to the UNIT
ED STATES SHIPPING B30ARD, WASH
INGTON, D. C, and Inderted "BID FOR
STEAMSHIP (Name of Ship)."
Ship and Ball Under American Flag.
OREGON PRUNE WEEK
KvfrylKxly in ti Nort!iw-t .-lioulJ eatOEEGON PEUNES ilurin- Pnin.- WV. k
February 14th to 19th
Average Orchard Run of On sron Italian Prunes, 1021 Crop, at Uk foiUwin
wholesale price.-. Take advantage of this offer.
By Freight, prepaid, 100 lbs. or over, 10c per lb.
By Parcel Post, prepaid, 25, 50 or 75 lbs., or over,
11c per lb.
Packed only in 25- and 50-lb. boxes.
OEDEES MAILED UP TO FEBEUAEY 19th WILL BE ACCEPTED.
Send Eemittance with order to
Oregon Prune Campaign Committee
V. S. NATIONAL BANK,
732 Morgan Building
l.ADI) Bl'HH BANKERS,
I. i. NATIONAL BANK,
Mr. Edset B. Ford, President of the Ford
, Motor Co., gives out the following statement:
HE price of the FORD-
SOX Tractor has been
reduced from $790.00 to
$025.00, effective imme
This price change has been made
possible through lower costs of ma
terials and the fact that we are
now located in our new Tractor
Plant with greatly increased econ
omic manufacturing facilities in im
mediate connection with our foun
dry and machine shops and large
blast furnaces -where iron is poured
directly from the ore, giving us
maximum tfliciency with the power
to reduce cost of production, and
down comes the price in line with
our policy to market our products
at the lowest possible figure with
out in any way affecting our high
standard of quality.
We are particularly pleased in
being able to bring about this big
reduction in price at this time be
cause the farmer needs all the help
we can give him and this big cut-in
price will be the means of placing
a valuable power unit within the
reach of practically every one of
them, not to mention industrial and
commercial concerns which like
wise have benefitted through its us.
and are already realizing to a much
greater extent, its value ns a power
and hauling unit. But particular
ly has the FORDSOX Tractor prov
ed a most valuable factor in the sav
ing of farm labor, at the same time
increasing the per acre crop yield
as well aSjjnaking possible a utiliza
tion of previously uncultivated
land, to say nothing of removing no
end of drudgery.
. There is no question that the
use of machine power on the farm
is the greatest advancement made
in the development of agriculture,
not only in money saving and mon
ey making results, as well as raising
the standards of living on the fane,
to a much higher level, but because
of its proved value in making every
type of land more productive, and
consequently our desire to place the
FORDSOX within the reach of all.
THERE IS XO CHANGE IX
THE PRESENT FORD OAK AND
TRUCK PRICES, which are al
ready at the lowest possible figure
and now with rock bottom reached
on the tractor price a further re
duction in price on either the Car,
Truck of Tractor is out of the ques
tion; in fact, the big price cuts
have been made in anticipation of
continuous maximum production
and increases may be necessary lu -fore
long if a large volume of new
business is not obtained. Therefore,
present prices of Ford products
cannot be guaranteed against pos
Ask for the book "The Fordson
At Work," which will be supplied
free of cost. Let us demonstrate the
value of the Fordson on your farm,
in your factory, lumber yard, coal
yard, or in any general hauling or
power work you have to do and let
us have your order for a Fordson.
CHAS. E- LATOURELL
AUTHOEIZED FOED AND FOEDSON SALES AND SEEVICE
MAIN STEEET HEPPNEE, OREGON